• Vice President of Talent Management

    Job Locations US-NY-New York
    ID
    2019-1016
    Category
    Human Resources
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    maslansky + partners is a communication strategy firm grounded in a rigorous approach to messaging research. We work with Fortune 500 companies, trade associations, non-profits, and public policy groups to help them address their most important communication and messaging challenges.  We’re seeking a Director / Strategist with strong analytical thinking, persuasive writing, and project management skills to join our team.

     

     

    Responsibilities

    Responsible for vision, strategy, and oversight of all our human capital needs, including: talent management, learning, organizational development, employee engagement, succession planning and conflict resolution. Provide strategic counsel, design, implement, and manage programs and initiatives to align with our business objectives.

     

    Talent Management Performance and Reward: Responsible for company’s performance management, employee retention programs, compensation & benefits recommendations, and compliance.

     

    Learning Learning and Development: recommend development plans for staff and collaborate with leadership on talent development programs and business solutions.

     

    Organization Development Resourcing and Planning: Identify and design employee development and staffing plans, growth & succession planning, and change management. Oversee Talent Acquisition Manager in assessing and managing staffing and recruitment needs.

     

    Employee Engagement Employee Relations & Engagement: proactively suggest best practice programs to instill a high-performance culture and improve engagement, solve employee issues by acting as an employee and leadership advocate. Partner with Employee Experience Manager to design and implement engagement initiatives.

    Qualifications

    • 7-10 years of related talent development experience – ideally in an agency environment
    • Self-starter who is passionate about people and developing new programs to attract and retain top talent
    • Talent and development practitioner who is motivated to understand the intricacies of the business and the role talent plays in driving it
    • Experience working closely with all levels and comfortable providing counsel and strategic recommendations
    • Energetic and enthusiastic personality, innate ability to build rapport easily and desire to continuously push the envelope on talent and development offerings and programs
    • Experience creating and executing strategic programs and strategies to increase employer-of-choice brand awareness
    • Collaborative, agile, flexible, and comfortable working in a fast paced, high-demand environment

    Every member of our team is:

    • A researcher – we conduct qualitative and quantitative research to understand how audiences respond to different ways of talking about something and why
    • A writer – we help clients engage and persuade their audiences by writing in a way that resonates and compels them to act
    • A strategist – anyone can find out what an audience thinks; we bring an analytic and strategic approach to messaging.
    • A consultant – we constantly imagine the world through the eyes of someone else: our clients’, what are their challenges externally and internally and how can we help them? Our clients’ audiences: how do we factor “their truth” into effective messaging?
    • Able to express a point of view. We don’t really care what it is, as long as you have one, and can communicate it persuasively.
    • A compelling speaker. When we walk into a room, we want people to remember we were there. We lead with substance, but you also need a demonstrable ability to present well.

    Our firm is guided by the simple idea that it’s not what you SAY that matters, it’s what they HEAR. We use research to advise our clients what to say, what not to say, and why it matters. We passionately believe that for PR, marketing and advocacy efforts to be successful, they must have the right words, phrases and framing. Though small, we have a large impact. We work on major communication challenges for Fortune 500 companies, trade associations, non-profits, and public policy groups around the country and the world.

     

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